Way Off Track

I get so gung ho about editing my wip when I’m at work. I’m involved in a highly mundane project right now and my mind tends to wander off on it’s own and I inevitably think about writing.

This is a good thing.

What’s not a good thing is when I get home I become so focused on my desire to do a book trailer that I ignore the editing I’ve wanted to do during the day. Why is this? It’s so time consuming and at the moment I don’t think it’s condusive to what I want to do, where I want to be by the end of the year.

So, what is more important? Spending lots of time for marketing one book or working on the next? Or is there a happy medium somewhere?

I’m hoping that today I can focus on the story. I’ll have some quiet time so I can get through several pages. I hope.

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One thought on “Way Off Track

  1. I vote for working on the next 🙂 We’ll squeeze time in for a trailer. Spend 15 minutes looking for pictures/songs/etc. then get back to writing. (Hey, I should borrow Marianne’s whip she always uses on me!

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